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          Bryant Hendriksen

                     bryant.hendriksen@chrisjen.com
                     VCard

                     257 East 200 South, Suite 1100
                     Salt Lake City, UT 84111


 


Bryant joined Christensen & Jensen in 2021 as a civil litigator and has previous experience as a prosecutor, in-house corporate counsel, and plaintiff’s personal injury attorney. Bryant is admitted to both the Utah and Nevada state bars as well as the Federal District Court for the District of Utah and has been admitted pro hac vice in Idaho and the Federal District Court for the District of Wyoming. Bryant has represented and advised clients with a wide variety of needs­ civil rights plaintiffs and defendants, home buyers facing unlawful price increases, families of wrongful death victims, businesses accused of regulatory violations facing administrative sanctions, criminal defendants, trademark registrants, and many others.

In 2017, in the course of representing victims of sexual assault and harassment in a university setting, Bryant was instrumental in forcing significant changes to the Title IX complaint, investigation, and proceeding process of one of Utah’s largest universities to ensure protection of survivors’ rights. He has continued to advocate for change to Title IX regulations and has represented both victims and accused persons in Title IX cases.

Bryant helps clients in unique situations, especially in complex litigation and administrative matters involving voluminous discovery, large amounts of evidence, and multiple areas of the law. His wide variety of experiences as an attorney allow him to be particularly adept with dynamic, changing, and challenging cases.
Bryant has served on the boards of multiple nonprofit organizations and welcomes additional opportunities to aid in charitable work by doing so, especially those involving animals.

Bryant is also a certified firearms instructor and has trained with and conducted trainings for law enforcement personnel in the use of force by officers and in investigating the use of force by civilians.
 


AREAS OF PRACTICE

  • Complex Civil Litigation

  • Regulatory Compliance

  • Civil Rights (Title IX complaints and defense)

  • Sexual Assault Cases (Represents Survivors)

  • HIPAA Compliance

  • Estate Planning

  • Asset Protection

  • Probate

  • Firearms Law (NFA Trusts)

  • Drafting commercial agreements, contracts, administrative policies and bylaws; and

  • Collections of hidden assets (International Asset Retrieval)


Education

  • J. Reuben Clark School of Law, Brigham Young University (2015)

Professional Associations & Admissions

  • Admitted to practice in all Utah state and federal courts; 
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